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The Myanmar cyclone disaster. Outrage over Aung San Suu Kyi's ...
AFP Graphic
Wed May 28, 5:42 AM ET

The Myanmar cyclone disaster. Outrage over Aung San Suu Kyi’s house arrest will not detract from relief work, key donors have said, as the United Nations reported small gains in getting aid to cyclone survivors.

(AFP Graphic)
A cyclone-affected family brave the rain as they live in a temporary ...
AFP
Wed May 28, 2:07 AM ET

A cyclone-affected family brave the rain as they live in a temporary structure in the Shwepoukkan area of Yangon. Outrage over Aung San Suu Kyi’s house arrest will not detract from relief work, key donors said, as the United Nations on Wednesday reported small gains in getting aid to cyclone survivors.

(AFP/Khin Maung Win)
This photo taken on May 25 shows aid being distributed to cyclone-affected ...
AFP/File
Wed May 28, 2:07 AM ET

This photo taken on May 25 shows aid being distributed to cyclone-affected families living in temporary accommodation along a road in the Shwepoukkan area of Yangon. Outrage over Aung San Suu Kyi’s house arrest will not detract from relief work, key donors said, as the United Nations on Wednesday reported small gains in getting aid to cyclone survivors.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
This photo taken on May 25 shows cyclone-affected children in ...
AFP/File
Wed May 28, 2:07 AM ET

This photo taken on May 25 shows cyclone-affected children in the rain eating food they received in the Shwepoukkan area of Yangon, where displaced people have camped along a road. Outrage over Aung San Suu Kyi’s house arrest will not detract from relief work, key donors said, as the United Nations on Wednesday reported small gains in getting aid to cyclone survivors.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
Cyclone-affected families line up for handouts from monks in ...
AFP/File
Wed May 28, 2:07 AM ET

Cyclone-affected families line up for handouts from monks in the Shwepoukkan area of Yangon on May 25. Outrage over Aung San Suu Kyi’s house arrest will not detract from relief work, key donors said, as the United Nations on Wednesday reported small gains in getting aid to cyclone survivors.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)

Private cars and trucks are seen on a road leading to Myanmar's ...
Reuters
Tue May 27, 11:29 PM ET

Private cars and trucks are seen on a road leading to Myanmar’s cyclone devastated Irrawaddy delta in this picture taken over the weekend, May 2008.

(Stringer/Reuters)
This photo taken on May 25 shows cyclone-affected families sheltered ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 3:24 PM ET

This photo taken on May 25 shows cyclone-affected families sheltered from the rain, living in temporary accommodation along a road in the Shwepoukkan area of Yangon. Foreign aid workers Tuesday pressed into Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, testing the junta’s pledge to open up areas where one million people have yet to receive aid three weeks after the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
Saw Htu, who lost all his cattle during cyclone Nargis, poses ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 3:24 PM ET

Saw Htu, who lost all his cattle during cyclone Nargis, poses in his damaged house in Denongho near Pyapon on May 20, in an isolated area only accessible by boat which received neither government or foreign aid. Foreign aid workers pressed into Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, testing the junta’s pledge to open up areas where one million people have yet to receive aid three weeks after the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Lisandru)
Aid is distributed to cyclone-affected families living in temporary ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 11:51 AM ET

Aid is distributed to cyclone-affected families living in temporary accommodation along a road in the Shwepoukkan area of Yangon, May 25. The National League for Democracy party has denounced the regime for holding a referendum after Cyclone Nargis.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
A man casts his vote for the constitutional referendum in Hlaing ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 11:28 AM ET

A man casts his vote for the constitutional referendum in Hlaing Thayar township, west of Yangonon May 24, 2008. The United States said Sunday it was “dismayed” that Myanmar’s military rulers had held a second round of voting on their draft constitution in regions still devastated by the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Hla Hla Htay)
A girl leans on a boat in the cyclone-hit Kungyangon, south ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 8:37 AM ET

A girl leans on a boat in the cyclone-hit Kungyangon, south of Yangon on May 24. Foreign aid workers pressed into Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, testing the junta’s pledge to open up areas where one million people have yet to receive aid three weeks after the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
A cyclone affected woman washes clothes in a makeshift hut in ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 8:37 AM ET

A cyclone affected woman washes clothes in a makeshift hut in Kungyangon, south of Yangon on May 24. Foreign aid workers pressed into Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, testing the junta’s pledge to open up areas where one million people have yet to receive aid three weeks after the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
Foreign aid workers (L) arrive in Kungyangon, south of Yangon, ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 8:37 AM ET

Foreign aid workers (L) arrive in Kungyangon, south of Yangon, on May 25. Foreign aid workers pressed into Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, testing the junta’s pledge to open up areas where one million people have yet to receive aid three weeks after the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
Cyclone survivors queue for the rice from the local donator ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:49 AM ET

Cyclone survivors queue for the rice from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors have lunch from the local donator at a monastery ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:30 AM ET

Cyclone survivors have lunch from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors have lunch from the local donator at a monastery ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:28 AM ET

Cyclone survivors have lunch from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors drink clean water from the local donator at ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:26 AM ET

Cyclone survivors drink clean water from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors drink clean water from the local donator at ...
AP

Tue May 27, 6:13 AM ET

Cyclone survivors drink clean water from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
A cyclone survivor has lunch from the local donator at a monastery ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:12 AM ET

A cyclone survivor has lunch from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors have lunch from the local donator at a monastery ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:09 AM ET

Cyclone survivors have lunch from the local donator at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors queue for the medical treatment from local ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:07 AM ET

Cyclone survivors queue for the medical treatment from local voluntary doctor at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Cyclone survivors receive medical treatment from local voluntary ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:05 AM ET

Cyclone survivors receive medical treatment from local voluntary doctor at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Local donators prepare the bags of rice to the cyclone survivor ...
AP
Tue May 27, 6:03 AM ET

Local donators prepare the bags of rice to the cyclone survivor at a monastery on the outskirts of Yangon, Myanmar, Tuesday, May 27, 2008. More than three weeks after the storm, people huddled along roadsides, desperate for any sort of handout. The U.N. estimated less than half the 2.4 million people victimized by the May 2-3 storm had received emergency assistance.

(AP Photo)
Survivors of Cyclone Nargis wait by a road in Myanmar's ...
Reuters

Tue May 27, 1:13 AM ET

Survivors of Cyclone Nargis wait by a road in Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta in this picture taken over the weekend, May 2008.

REUTERS/Stringer
A woman cuts a coconut next to a destroyed house in Kungyangon, ...
AFP/File
Tue May 27, 12:38 AM ET

A woman cuts a coconut next to a destroyed house in Kungyangon, south of Yangon on May 24. Foreign aid workers Tuesday pressed into Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta, testing the junta’s pledge to open up areas where one million people have yet to receive aid three weeks after the cyclone.

(AFP/File/Khin Maung Win)
Private cars and trucks are seen on a road leading to Myanmar's ...
Reuters
Mon May 26, 11:52 PM ET

Private cars and trucks are seen on a road leading to Myanmar’s cyclone devastated Irrawaddy delta in this picture taken over the weekend, May 2008. Foreign aid workers headed for the Cyclone Nargis-ravaged Irrawaddy delta on Monday to see whether army-ruled Myanmar will honour a promise made by its top general to give them freedom of movement.

REUTERS/Stringer (MYANMAR)
Survivors of Cyclone Nargis look at a truck loaded with emergency ...
Reuters
Mon May 26, 11:47 PM ET

Survivors of Cyclone Nargis look at a truck loaded with emergency supplies in Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta in this picture taken over the weekend, May 2008. Foreign aid workers headed for the Cyclone Nargis-ravaged Irrawaddy delta on Monday to see whether army-ruled Myanmar will honour a promise made by its top general to give them freedom of movement.

REUTERS/Stringer (MYANMAR)
A damaged home lies near the town of Dedaye in Myanmar's ...
Reuters
Mon May 26, 11:42 PM ET

A damaged home lies near the town of Dedaye in Myanmar’s Irrawaddy Delta in this picture taken over the weekend, May 2008. Foreign aid workers headed for the Cyclone Nargis-ravaged Irrawaddy delta on Monday to see whether army-ruled Myanmar will honour a promise made by its top general to give them freedom of movement.

REUTERS/Stringer (MYANMAR)

Written by Lwin Aung Soe

May 28, 2008 at 11:38 am

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